Lubbock, TX asked in Criminal Law for Texas

Q: I recently got into a fight with my 20 year old brother i am 16 im not pulling kid card as I turn 17 in 2 months

He got up out of chair then he got in my face and put his hand on my shoulder I got his hands off of me and told him not to, he did it again with one hand so i shoved him the he grabbed my leg and threw a punch hit me in ear so I grabbed his head hit on counter he grabbed me again and then i shoved him off of me yet again, then i shoved him off of me then hit him in jaw he called cops and said he tried to get away from it, also said i hit him in pacemaker 3 times and my mom was at table and seen that didn't happen and that he didn't try to get away as he told cops he did, mind you mom seen it all.

and I managed to get a class a assault misdemeanor?

Just checking if this right

I'm not sure if I'm in wrong for hitting him back but I would like to get this off my record.

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Penny Wymyczak-White
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Penny Wymyczak-White
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A: Retain a lawyer, You need to take a anger management class and grow up,

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